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African Chief . I u K the M id I on It .unl 11 decline smonn ihfiu bul because sre rapidb vaih inn owl ,,u !l it it ion &( lufertortt) lu'.,nuiu: HlOie mum, rctu rd bj wirW observer ihat irtviji "MI no in,i evHiMvetJ i (u h.nwU ol Ihf Whltf man, but haa lo j v., wstod) o( lh yellow, i.u stid Mack man xu ind Vfric. iw nadto ot oh:.UuM. ju" Oeatmed once aaain to lv the erottw m (It ,tuMi. tnd t 11 R1 .n Alt ilUlhle Mail Ml , j oomulei t extrerrteo probable Uroetow u he a distwtl tww eentti iM erorld interest ax itu x erne In 1 wri linn the hhoeogv! with pnntcd lhrew uh ;ij;ht oil thw mtestio Vhc UiW Amned gentle Mm w tfee (jietuee a Mriran eh j ;x toland i? will v " ; hfhUlt ot vVWjMrehenSlOW tN (hose whoS WN'M fthoUt Mrkw hat hW feffW Ot iheil v ihLV and A U continent oi i a ffett thN 0t Haw bei htm teMUe to o AS th pr i Ot MCt t St; tact ibrmyi If .K t 1 1 t Vw, Ch.4 ttxx th VtTvc cxvt re cnmiiM c M( Vhcxt oViotx iImm ifeftiactef thvHight fulness and mOstahftble resew iver. Tnr wi perhj v when went ibrotd iheir domains clothed m WfrCJow Vr - x o: Vancs at-.c. :Vo '.a eve- v s u a: : - - " " .V '. both the costWM ot the Afnemn Ktcnor wd that ot KnroM ire ot the opinion that foi c .' Arc;i Km cmnlmess and health, tm uncan styw c " ihti- Yet a x e A-e accv.:. -.veo. to ---vce -re- Vx . - ,.: -v:S a .a- eo :'Ac: ;e. iv - v llttl would be dMb ied b Tf T : iatt that the daeis syr lv m the pxtare V ... v vwh nutL in orxler that ' - " .x ... A s . A - xxe . v x. v . , Kri x- :-a' ' " I i$ m pHlbk and trustful." The African iax perfected a v st, ;n ol win distaiv i wtrekti itgnalling, wrhi like that oi India, is ipccdkff than the tek KTiph a,u compk'tcl;, bafflef the white man white man, lost in th mean jungle, was f regularly by natives who ippeared at intervals fr no one knew where u; the signal of a distant chieftain that "a white man is lost in the (fMfk and needs food." Ml solute honor of one fhren word is one of th African's characteristic The lie as a device o( evasion or deception for ulterior purrKses is as yet unknown to him. A larut part of Africa is Chr unized; the Basuto lai. guage was reduced writing by missionaries . and church attendance' the jungle and in African villages makes the Utttted - ttes look like a heathe:. v- :r.try. Indeed, it is seriously said by missi s aries both in Korea an I Africa that in less than a century, these now "hea then" lands will be send:: missionaries to America t beca me merica will have become uncivilized, but will have lost the religion that lightened At rica. The Xfncar.s. savs Torday. are capable of great When he came away great wed him tor miles to take their farewells. ' la iorme" ttme when civilization centered around he 'Mediterranean, the northern coast of Africa was V -cere of a flourishing and cultivated life, hgypt, Carthage. Ophtr a-e phce names of antiquity and rc B0in The Christian church once flourished there in power ar.d the r.arr.es of Tertullian. CTpnan who was s of Carthage, and St. Augustine, who was bishop f Hipoo ae some of the deathiess names that re main The GermA tnoa of the African provinces ed the history of the world for worse, and the i i Mohammedanism made conqut- wha: buwm fnmimd I be the gate of a new .. ... v.- --X-. . V evidence of new interetl r. Africa, especu the r.therto neglected parts. Notables Arrive at "The Mother of Parliaments o OS. v T Mr He tsv or rt aad tocmamx S a Mtf errrl ooul con- Jk4 are Sr Krw Ge4tVs a GeeleVs ts ot the M wti? e4 Tra Mtew the rovcTTMftrat's srtV oi tke re nke. He vs tfe MMMri paJ 1"ttnn Ue dr ne) a swh teH bt H ( V tk tmdemy eroHcers tve h ran bat he wt4 a Teryifcii ee sera W be feofcneJr flMMKHiHn of votor a in ttrvfce EvWewtfjr the strters nevi of sweh a mm xnI wvrt aft vtt had Wat that eter m f n?i 9wsn)i 4wea i Kurt etereaa W . .e a .